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Xerocon Diary Day 2: Learning the subtle art of not giving a…

By | September 7, 2018

Jack Thiel and some of the Altitude Advisory team attended Xerocon in Brisbane. Here are his highlights from day two.  Day 2 certainly has a different feel to it. The lights and games are still there, but I certainly got the sense that these...

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How to be a financially literate millennial

By | August 23, 2018

Are you a financially literate millennial? Despite headlines forecasting impending doom for millennials who are not saving enough to buy a home and for retirement, recent research has revealed more than a third of Aussies aged 22-37 are saving to...

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Effective leaders

Effective leaders build morale, but too many destroy it

By | August 3, 2018

What makes effective leaders? Google it. There’s about 171 million results, so it’s safe to say it’s a hot topic. Altitude Advisory Marketing Manager John Durrant examines how ego and a disciplinarian approach can ruin a successful...

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Referral marketing

Why referral marketing can be bad for business and how to avoid the trap

By | July 24, 2018

Hub39 Marketing Manager John Durrant explains why he thinks referral marketing can be bad for your business.  Referral marketing can be bad for your business. There. I said it. It’s not a very popular thing to say, especially if your...

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Regional Growth Fund grants

Regional Growth Fund grants available now

By | July 11, 2018

The 2018 competitive grant round for Regional Growth Fund grants is now open to South Australian businesses. [caption id="attachment_2731" align="alignnone" width="700"] South Australian Premier with global entrepreneur Elon...

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stay in touch with customers

Five tips to stay in touch with customers

By | July 2, 2018

For any business it’s important to know the best ways to stay in touch with customers. Having clear and regular communication is a great way to build trust and develop the relationship between both parties. Stay in touch with customers:...

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Family business

Family businesses: Managing succession without the emotion

By | June 26, 2018

Family businesses are the cornerstone of a healthy Australian economy and, for many, the time comes when passing the business on to children is a priority. It’s important and challenging to work out a strong plan for passing the family...

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2018 Budget

2018 Budget: A mixed bag for SA businesses

By | May 9, 2018

The 2018 Budget has thrown up some surprising wins for South Australian businesses, but not everyone will be happy with Scott Morrison’s plans. This year’s Federal Budget – Mr Morrison’s third as Treasurer – has been feverishly...

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Are millennials changing the workplace for the better?

By | April 24, 2018

Are millennials changing the workplace for the better? When you think of millennials in your workplace, what do you think of them? Many employee surveys of perception around Millennials suggest that the opinions of them are not always that...

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